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The Browns rolled through the Eagles for a 22-17 Week 11 win that improved their record to 7-3, their best record after 10 games since 1994, and pushed them a step further in their push to the playoffs. The offense used big — and, at times, hurdle-filled — runs from their running backs to find the end zone. And even though the Browns were without defensive end Myles Garrett, the defense still made punishing plays against the Eagles’ offense.

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1. Browns force red-zone takeaway on first Eagles’ drive

Cleveland was without two of its top defensive playmakers when the Eagles entered the red zone on their first drive of the game.

Garrett, who entered Sunday with the NFL lead with 9.5 sacks and was tied for the lead with four forced fumbles, was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday. Safety Cheap Ronnie Harrison Jersey, who was on the field for every defensive snap in Week 10, exited the field earlier in the drive to get looked at by the medical staff.

But the absences of two top players didn’t stop the defense from halting an early threat from Philadelphia. Running back Miles Sanders lost his grip on the ball as he moved through the trenches at Cleveland’s 5-yard line. Safety Cheap Karl Joseph Jersey, who entered in relief of Harrison, pounced on the ball and sealed the turnover.

That was only the start of a massive day from the defense.

2. Sione Takitaki seals first career pick-six

The Browns defense re-invigorated their turnover abilities Sunday in quick fashion.

When quarterback Carson Wentz, who led the NFL with 12 interceptions entering Week 11, dropped back for a second-and-7 from Cleveland’s 46-yard line, he didn’t see cornerback Denzel Ward bringing pressure. Ward got a piece of Wentz’s throwing arm, and the ball sailed high in the air.

Takitaki was in the area and had plenty of time to make the catch and sprint to the end zone. He dropped to his knees and held out his arms once he crossed the goal line and celebrated with teammates to cap off the biggest play of his NFL career.

The Browns were up 7-0, and the defense was eating into the Eagles’ offense early.

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3. Mayfield fumbles, Eagles recover in the red zone

The Browns’ first drive of the second half took a quick and unfortunate turn on second-and-8 from Cleveland’s 30-yard line.

As Mayfield maneuvered through the pocket for a pass attempt, Pro Bowl DT Fletcher Cox swatted his hand at the football, which slipped away from Mayfield’s grasp and fell backwards into an empty backfield. No Browns players saw the fumble — the ball was behind all of them — which made it easy for Eagles linebacker Alex Singleton to pounce on it at the 19-yard line.

The Eagles quickly turned the takeaway into points and threw a touchdown on the next play to even the score at 7-7.

4. Vernon sacks Wentz in the end zone for a safety

The Browns defensive line thrived without its best player against the Eagles’ offense.

Even though Garrett wasn’t on the field with them, each player from the defensive line had bright moments Sunday. None was bigger than Cheap Olivier Vernon Jersey game-changing play in the third quarter.

Vernon recorded his third sack of the game when he sacked Wentz into the end zone grass for a safety that put the Browns up 12-7. Vernon, as well as Cheap Larry Ogunjobi Jersey, Cheap Sheldon Richardson Jersey and Cheap Adrian Clayborn Jersey, all stepped up with big games to fill the void from Garrett. Vernon, meanwhile, recorded the most sacks by a Browns player since Garrett in Week 2 of last season.

5. Hunt flies over defender for second TD

Cheap Kareem Hunt Jersey took flight with 9 minutes left in the fourth quarter — literally.

Hunt appeared to run on air as he hurdled over Jalen Mills to reach the pylon for a 5-yard touchdown run that put the Browns up 19-10 after a successful PAT. He originally broke a tackle from a defender in the backfield before he turned the corner and prepared his leap, and he landed in the end zone when both feet finally returned to the ground.

The unbelievable play followed another special run from another Browns running back. Cheap Nick Chubb Jersey broke free for a 54-yard run just two plays earlier, and his big play also featured a few broken tackles and shifty jukes.

Cleveland has turned to its run game to seal wins all season. That plan worked again Sunday.

6. Ward intercepts Wentz to finish the win

A full four-quarter effort from the defense was capped off in grand fashion from “The Warden.”

On the play directly after he was called for pass interference, cornerback Cheap Denzel Ward Jersey leaped and grabbed a high pass attempt intended for wide receiver Alshon Jeffery. The Eagles were threatening at Cleveland’s 10-yard line for a late-game touchdown that would’ve brought the score to within one possession, but Ward capitalized on the errant pass for the Browns’ second interception and third turnover of the afternoon.

The Eagles received the ball back with just over a minute left and scored a touchdown, which made Ward’s red-zone interception even more important to secure the win.

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Kevin Stefanski didn’t flinch as sideways hail, wind and rain pelted him during Sunday’s National Anthem.

The same could be said as he delivered play calls throughout a second consecutive game that featured strong enough winds to completely disrupt and limit the passing game.

Two weeks earlier, the Browns found themselves on the wrong side of a weather-affected game in which the Raiders dominated time of possession and made just enough plays to come away with the victory. On Sunday, the Browns were the team that did all of the right things to win a game in adverse circumstances.

“After watching the tape, I think we played the game that was called for, called the game that was called for based on the conditions,” Stefanski said. “I was proud of the team to battle there and come out of there with a W.”

Stefanski had a feeling the conditions weren’t going to be great early in the week as he eyed the long-term forecast. It’s just not something you can truly prepare for until the latter part of the week, when forecasts tend to be more accurate, or even until game day, when you’re on the field experiencing it firsthand.

The National Anthem, which preceded a 35-minute delay, provided one of many moments that reiterated it would take a different kind of attack to thrive in those types of elements.

“There were moments there where it was just whipping and there was no way you could complete a ball. I mean, there were times in warmups that you could not throw it 10 yards, it was getting knocked down,” Stefanski said. “It was a constant communication with myself and the offensive staff kind of. ‘Where are we? Has it died down enough to call this play?’ And then a couple of times we just tried to get Baker (Mayfield) on the perimeter and maybe get him an easy completion or run it with him out there on the perimeter.”

The Browns, who love running the ball and controlling the clock every week, stepped it up another level. Cleveland attempted 41 runs and just 20 passes Sunday with just six pass attempts coming in the second half. The Texans, who played from behind for most of the game, attempted 30 passes and rushed 22 times but were forced into multiple, tough decisions on fourth downs because of how the wind would affect field goal attempts.

Largely because of the bad weather, the Browns have accumulated just 254 yards and no touchdowns through the air in their best two games. In Week 7 against the Bengals, Mayfield threw for 297 yards and five touchdowns.

“That was what the game called for,” Stefanski said. “We did not know that on Monday and Tuesday when you put a game plan together. But when you see the weather report and when you get there to that stadium you kind of have to take all that into account and understand what it is going to take to go win that game.”

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Stefanski said the Browns came away from Sunday’s game with no injuries of note.

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For the first time all season, SS Cheap Ronnie Harrison Jersey was on the field for every single snap. Acquired from the Jaguars just before the start of the season, Harrison has seen his playing time steadily increase as the season progressed.

“I thought that it was smart with how our defensive staff brought him along,” Stefanski said. “He was all over the field yesterday. He is playing at a high level. He is another player that’s all about the ball. And I know we did not get one yesterday, but he is very active around the ball. Physical tackler.”

Second-year safety Cheap Sheldrick Redwine Jersey saw his playing time increase Sunday, getting on the field for 17 snaps. Veteran Cheap Andrew Sendejo Jersey, who typically plays every snap, was on the field for 45 of a possible 57 snaps.

“We are working through different combinations and getting guys snaps,” Stefanski said. “We will continue to do that really at a bunch of different positions.”

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As coach Kevin Stefanski sat down for his video call with local reporters and began his opening statement following the Browns’ win over the Houston Texans, he knew who he needed to give plenty of credit to first.

Plenty of units and players were worthy of praise following the 10-7 win, which was played under rainy, gusty wind conditions that forced a 35-minute delay before kickoff, but one Browns group was never rattled no matter the circumstances: the defense.

The Browns certainly would’ve had a tougher time finding a win without the defense’s high level of play against one of the most potent offenses in the NFL. The Texans boasted plenty of weapons capable of making big plays, but in the end, they were held to seven points.

Stefanski needed to thank them first.

“For our defense to play and hold them the way we did … It was not going to be easy,” Stefanski said. “I thought our defense did a really nice job today and forced some punts.”

As the Browns prepped throughout the week, players and coaches offered plenty of praise toward quarterback Deshaun Watson, who’s emerged as one of the league’s most dynamic players in his four NFL seasons and mixes tremendous arm strength and accuracy with an elite ability to maneuver in the pocket, escape sacks and make big throws.

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Watson was the biggest reason why the Texans entered Cleveland with the sixth-best passing offense in the NFL. His pairing with receivers Will Fuller and Brandin Cooks, among other targets, gave the Texans one of the most explosive units in the league.

But the Browns were certainly up for the challenge. Houston was limited to only 243 total yards Sunday, and the Browns held Watson and his deep group of receivers to a season-low 153 passing yards. The Texans went 7-for-14 on third downs, and the hype about their explosive playmaking abilities rarely shined against the Browns’ heavy pass rush and steady play from the secondary.

“We had a lot of good blitzes, and we were able to get some pressure on (Watson) and caused him to throw some errant balls,” defensive end Cheap Myles Garrett Jersey said. “It’s a testament to great play-calling and guys just rushing the passer well.”

Garrett made arguably the biggest defensive play of the game in the second quarter.

The defense’s energy level was low after the Texans had used 13 plays to drive 69 yards to the Browns’ 2-yard line, but the Browns stepped up to make a stop on third-and-goal and force Houston to make a game-changing decision.

The Texans were going to go for it. So the Browns defenders huddled closely at the line of scrimmage and awaited the snap. When Watson received the ball, Garrett already had a clear path to make a tackle. Watson had nowhere to go, and Garrett wrapped his arms around his waist and thrusted him backward for a loss of 2 yards.

Browns ball.

And most importantly, the zero points remained in the Texans’ column of the scoreboard. The Browns jubilantly leaped off the field to celebrate, and any scoring result on the play would’ve made a major impact on the game’s final results.

“I knew they weren’t going to drop back and pass with such a dynamic quarterback like Deshaun,” Garrett said. “I just took two steps and tried to bait him upfield, and I knew he was going to try to run behind me, so I just took it.”

The Browns defense has plenty of other reasons to celebrate, too. After allowing 30 or more points in five games so far this season, the unit has allowed just 23 combined points in its last two games. Sure, both games contained windy, rainy and, at times, hail-like conditions that affected offensive game plans and trajectories of the football when it was in the air, but the Browns have always wanted to use those conditions to their advantage.

On Sunday, the defense certainly did that, and more. The Texans rushing attack was limited to 90 yards, and Houston didn’t even score its first touchdown until the 55th minute.

One more interesting fact: The Browns didn’t force a turnover Sunday. That’s important to note because in each of Cleveland’s five wins this season, the defense forced at least one turnover that almost always proved crucial to the final result. The Browns were previously 0-2 in games without a turnover.

“We are always going to be looking to take the ball away, and then there are moments where they do not present themselves or the offense does a great job,” Stefanski said. “Credit to them in that we were not able to get one, but the ability to get off the field on third and fourth down is just so big.”

The Texans will likely stand as one of the best offenses the Browns will face all season, but the defense didn’t flinch. They shut down a Pro Bowl quarterback and have played their best football in the last two games.

Stefanski knows the unit is truly starting to click. The Browns will certainly attempt to keep that going as they look to compete for a playoff spot, and they deserve ample praise after Sunday’s dominant display.

Stefanski made sure to give it to them.

“They battled,” Stefanski said. “I thought our defense really, really strained today.”